Air India, recently reacquired by TATA and a Star Alliance member, has resumed non-stop flights between Milan (MXP) and Delhi (DEL). The inaugural Milano Malpensa – Delhi flight, AI138, departed at 20:00 (local time) on Wednesday February 1st wafter a celebratory event at Milan’s Malpensa Airport.
The event was a remarkable celebration bringing together the Air India Team, Malpensa Airport’s management, key members of the Indo-Italian community (including ICCI), and the passangers of the first flight.
Air India will now operating four times a week between Milan and Delhi – on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
Connecting Italy’s financial hub and India’s capital city marks an important step in fostering not only tourism but also business between Italy and India.